The Sanchez [3 Inch Toothpick Style]

by Dave_C_FPV Jun 4, 2019
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I have this 3" pickle frame. I have transferred another quad to it. Is there a canopy for a 20x20 stack? Could you please provide a link? Thanks much!

"- AIO (25.5x25.5)"

All AIO boards I have ever seen say that they are 26.5mm.

This is one hell of a frame. Very nice design. I've built one myself and would suggest to use a 3mm thick version to get rid of the flex.

Has anyone tried to 3D print this (or the 3D print remix)? Curious to know how it would fly when made out of PLA/ABS/PETG instead of carbon. Really cool design!

Yes someone has! I think he simply made it 4mm thick. Haven't tried it myself

Sweet, will probably try that. You think it will work with Kabab's new TP3 recommended 1204/1303 size motors (of course with 9mm 4-hole mounts) and 3" props? I want to keep using 2S instead of 3S because I don't want to invest in another 16+ packs for now.

Do you have a tpu battery holder for the gnb 520 may 3s?

A 3 hole version for 1103 Motors (9 mm would be great). Or a step file to modify it ourselfs :). love your designs in gerneral!

Hey Dave, for your info CNCmadness is a Canadian company and not US :) Nick offers great service!

Is there a tutorial for using Thingiverse files as CNC projects for carbon cutting? I'm new to this.

I can't see how the canopy is attached to the stack. I'm guessing you zip tied it to the turtle board somehow?

With the Pro32 Nano and Turtle stuffed in there, the canopy is trapping a ton of heat. Would you perhaps consider putting up a version of the Turtle canopy with some vents at the front and on the top?

I remixed the Caddx Turtle canopy to add cooling ducts:


Sanchez 3in Canopy for Caddx Turtle with Cooling Ducts

Nice write up and upload! thanks! Please don't forget my favorite VTX - Oscar's BackPack @ 2.8g with 25mw - 200mw, a mic, and the GREAT MMCX connector too! Those ufl connectors are DEAD TO ME! They have an expected lifespan of 5 or 6 ons and offs! How are we actually using a connector with such a short lifespan on sooooo many VTX's?! I will never buy one again! I always have problems with them. I got that Oscar's VTX (made by AKK) for only $13.50 on sale shipped! Check it out! Thanks again for all of the great info and the links! :)